Explore the beautiful Devon and Cornish coasts by day, and enjoy a truly unique ‘glamping’ experience by night. Koa Tree Camp, situated on a 30-acre active farm just a few miles from the dramatic coastline, blends the rough and ready outdoors with luxury and style. If you’ve never thought that camping is ‘your thing’, think again. There is no need to wake up with a soggy tent wall leaking all over you, or spend frustrating hours trying to hammer bent pegs into rock-solid ground. Instead, snuggle up in a traditional Mongolian yurt, Norwegian Log Cabin or a classic British Bell Tent, and if it gets a wee bit nippy (this is Britain after all), toast your toes at the traditional log burner.
With numerous spectacular beaches, wildlife reserves and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty just around the corner, Koa Tree Camp is ideally placed for guests to explore the great outdoors. The Camp also caters for guests onsite, with areas for boules, badminton and table tennis, kayaking tours and cookery courses. The Camp has its own surf school at the nearby Sandymouth beach, where you can learn to ‘catch some waves’. It’s like, totally gnarly, dude.
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What We Love
Hartland Area of Outstanding Beauty: To the North of Koa Tree Camp lies the Hartland Peninsula, an area that forms part of the North Devo UNESCO Biosphere due to its blend of unique landscapes, wildlife and rich cultural heritage.
Surf School: Slice through the surf and hope you don’t ‘wipe out’ as you try out surfing or stand-up paddle-boarding with lessons at the Camp’s own surf school based on Sandymouth beach.
Marsland Valley: Spot Roe Deer and wild butterflies as you explore Devon’s oldest private wildlife reserve. Or just look at it from the comfort of your bed at Koa Tree Camp.
This experience has achieved a Gold World Rating!
This experience delivers a high level of sustainability!
What makes this experience sustainable?
Koa Tree Camp aspires to ‘the good life’. Situated on an active small farm (complete with all manner of pigs, chickens and sheep), the owners aim to become fully self-sufficient in time. Their relatively new kitchen garden project allows them to experiment with permaculture principles and also grow their own fresh, organic produce for all to enjoy. The Camp’s owners have also developed areas of the farm under Environmental Stewardship Schemes to allow for wildlife watching.
Recycling is a top priority at the Camp, with some clever and resourceful design features demonstrating this. Their greenhouse, for instance, is made of old glass bottles. Paper and cardboard waste is re-used for various purposes, from animal bedding to compost for the garden. The hot water and heating at the Camp is carbon-neutral thanks to the site’s biomass boiler. There are ongoing developments such as the imminent addition of a reed-bed filtration system which will treat waste water and further enhance this site’s eco-credentials.
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